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BBC Open University: The Mark Steel Lectures
- Programme website for his television lectures, viewing key figures in the history of human thought from a somewhat quirky perspective. Includes presenter profile, study pages, related articles and forum.
Chortle: Mark Steel
- Tour dates plus profile including stand-up, television, radio, books and online work.
The Do-Not Press: It's Not A Runner Bean
- Author profile, reviews and an extract from Mark Steel's autobiographical story of his career in comedy, subtitled The Trauma of the Slightly Successful Comedian.
Guardian: Heard the one about Darwin's worms?
- According to Mark Steel, it's when the great characters of history are slotted into the ideas and society around them that they become fascinating - which is how he came to create The Mark Steel Lectures.
IMDb - Mark Steel
- Includes his filmography as an actor and as himself plus notable TV guest appearances.
Wikipedia - Mark Steel
- Offers details about the British comedian's radio and television series and appearances plus books he's written.
Socialist Review: Behind Byron's Bear
- Pat Stack's interview with socialist comedian Mark Steel about his new TV series The Mark Steel Lectures. (October 01, 2003)
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